High School Roundup : Castle Park Sprinter Moody Narrowly Wins First Big Showdown in 100 JOHN GEIS and Baseball and Nonleague and Escondido 5, Orange Glen 3--Gerald Cabral was two for four with three
RBIs, two in the second inning, for visiting Escondido. Herman Moreno had a double and Shannon Bije two RBIs for Orange Glen (7-7). and Grossmont 4, Oceanside 1--The Pirates (8-5) failed to score in four
bases-loaded situations and left 15 men on base. John Eichhorst hit a double, a single and had one RBI for visiting Grossmont (7-3-1).
Trade Deficit Has Lethal Fallout Laura D'Andrea Tyson, LAURA D'ANDREA TYSON is professor of economics at the University of California, Berkeley, and research director of the Berkeley Roundtable on the International Economy.
. . . With the Words of Stoppard CHARLES MAROWITZ, Marowitz is a critic, playwright, director and founder of London's Opens Space Theater. His new play "Wild West" opened Saturday at Houston's Main St. Theatre.
Sneak Previews of Forthcoming Books : In a Pinch MIKE BRYAN, From "Baseball Lives: Men and Women of the Game Talk About Their Jobs, Their Lives and the National Pastime," by Mike Bryan, to be published this month by Pantheon Books. The speaker, Manny Mota, is the batting instructor and first-base coach for the Dodgers.
Bush Signals Wrong Turn on Road to Arms Control William H. Kincade and Jonathan L. A. Shrier, William H. Kincade teaches in Georgetown University's National Security Studies Program. Jonathan L.A. Shrier is the research director at ACCESS: A Security Information Service. The views expressed here are their own
Resist the Temptation to Rig Nicaraguan Vote WILLIAM M. LeoGRANDE, William M. LeoGrande, a professor of government at American University in Washington, is co-editor with Morris Blachman and Kenneth Sharpe of "Confronting Revolution: Security Through Diplomacy in Central America" (Pantheon, 1986)